NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Ti expected to offer RTX 3070 performance for less than $500

Published: 20th Jan 2023, 08:07 GMT   Comments

Please note that this post is tagged as a rumor.

GeForce RTX 4060 Ti rumors

Pricing and performance rumors for NVIDIA’s new mid-range GPU begin to surface. 

MyDrivers citing their sources claim that the upcoming GeForce RTX 4060 Ti will cost less than $500. This would be the cheapest RTX 40 desktop GPU to be released thus far, but still not cheap. Just assuming that the price is closer to $500, this would mean a considerable price increase for the X60 Ti SKU, since the last-gen model was priced at $399.

Furthermore, Kopite7kimi spilled the beans on this card’s performance. It is said that RTX 4060 Ti would perform similar to RTX 3070. What is interesting about this claim is that RTX 3070 launched with $499 MSRP, but the card still sold at higher price to this day.

The price increase is now seen for almost every SKU in this generation. With no affordable options in sight, NVIDIA is somehow confident that this price increase is justified. Yet, one should remind our readers that RTX 4060 Ti is using AD106 GPU attached to 128-bit memory bus. We typically do not see graphics cards in this price range with such a narrow bus.

Of course, neither MyDrivers nor Kopite information is confirmed by NVIDIA, and given what we know about this card, it will take a long time before we start getting concrete information. The card is to be expected in late Q1 at soonest.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX Pricing
VideoCardz.comRTX 40 SeriesRTX 30 SeriesRTX 20 Series
$2000+
 
RTX 3090 Ti ($1,999)
 
RTX TITAN RTX ($2,499)
$1600
 
RTX 4090 ($1,599)
$1500
 
RTX 3090 ($1,499)
$1200
 
RTX 4080 ($1,199)
 
RTX 3080 Ti ($1,199)
$1100
$1000
 
RTX 2080 Ti ($999)
$900
$800
 
RTX 4070 Ti ($799)
$700
 
RTX 3080 ($699)
 
RTX 2080 SUPER ($699)
 
RTX 2080 ($699)
$600
 
RTX 3070 Ti ($599)
 
RTX 2070 SUPER ($699)
 
RTX 2070 ($699)
$500
 
RTX 4060 Ti (<$499)
 
RTX 3070 ($499)
$400
 
RTX 3060 Ti ($399)
 
RTX 2060 SUPER ($399)
$300
 
RTX 3060 ($329)
 
RTX 2060 ($349)
$200
 
RTX 3050 ($249)

Source: MyDrivers, @kopite7kimi




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